• Wind Cave National Park - Two Worlds

    Wind Cave

    National Park South Dakota

Abstract - Report on Certain Lands in South Dakota Suitable for a Buffalo and Game Reserve

Loring, J. Alden. 1911. Report on Certain Lands in South Dakota Suitable for a Buffalo and Game Reserve. American Bison Society.

Abstract

Contents: Rosebud; Black Hills; The Bald Hills; Wind Cave National Park: Maps; General Description; Timbered Region; Open Country, Hills, Altitudes, Canyons, Etc.; Water: Large Springs and Flowing Water; Rock Seepage Pools; Location and Size of Seepage Pools; Surface Flowing Springs; Springs Below the Surface; Intermittent Water; Superintendent's Water Supply; Feed: Grazing, Hay; Climate; Fencing; Post Timber; Roads; Fencing Roads; Accessibility; Game Suitable for Reserve; Game on Reserve; Acquisition of Property; Finacial Support from Residents; James Philip's Buffalo Herd. Report to the American Bison Society; Printed by Poole Printing Co., Boston, MA.

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